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RE: Getting the SVN command line to work with Tortoise and SmartSVN clients

From: Mike Craig <Mike.Craig_at_freeclear.com>
Date: 2006-05-12 01:39:05 CEST

Since this obviously should work (thanks for you responses), I'll
provide more detail.


I am running in WinXP with the dot_net_hack environement variable set.

I execute an svn co svn://ServerName/Project

I open Windows explorer, and using TortoiseSVN am unable to view and
subversion file/folder information, it is acting like these are not
subversion files at all.


I think the key here is as Steve Williams pointed out, the command line
client is using .svn folders and the GUI clients are using the _svn.


Seeing as how I'm a windows and Visual Studio weenie, I dislike the .svn


Is there some way to get the command line client to understand _svn? Or
vice versa, get the GUI clients to recognize both .svn and _svn?








From: Mike Craig [mailto:Mike.Craig@freeclear.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 3:48 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Getting the SVN command line to work with Tortoise and SmartSVN


Why is it that I can't check out a branch via the command line, then
switch to a GUI client application to actually start working with files?
Is this supposed to work? Maybe just user error?
Received on Fri May 12 01:40:32 2006

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